With living costs rising, there are ways to lower energy bills, and investing an air fryer considerably reduces running costs for cooking compared to a standard oven.
With Argos reporting that it was selling 1.6 air fryers per minute last week, many Brits are seeing the benefits of investing in an alternative cooking method, just in time for the colder months setting in.
Research by Utilita and Iceland found that an average electric cooker can cost around 87p to run per day, whereas an air fryer be up to six times cheaper at around just 14p per day.
The 2.2 litre air fryer provides a healthier way to cook, using little to no oil, with a rapid air circulation system that cooks quickly and efficiently.
The appliance has variable temperature control between 80 degrees celsius and 200 degrees celsius so users can adjust temperature as they would in a normal oven, for perfectly cooked food every time.
The size is perfect for one or two person meals or snacks, and the compact model is ideal for kitchens with minimal surface space as it can be easily stored away in a cupboard when not in use.
When buying online, shoppers can get a three year manufacturer’s guarantee, which reflects the quality of the product, but also gives peace of mind.
Capacity: 2.2 litres
Size: H26.5, W24, D18.5cm.
Crog said: ”Bought this 2 weeks ago should have bought one sooner.. like a mini oven .. love it.”
Carnaybril also added: ”It is much better than I had hoped. Cooks beautifully, saving money at the same time. So easy to use.”
While Miz commented: ”Easy to use, everything is lovely and crispy and doesn’t take long to cook.”